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'Dead Accounts' on Broadway: Reality's in short supply in this mystery
NEW YORK — At this juncture in what must at times be a very surreal life, Katie Holmes, a tabloid staple and yet a favorite daughter of Toledo, Ohio, now finds herself on Broadway in a play by Theresa Rebeck, playing a lower-middle-class character who grew up and remained single in another city in the Buckeye State. It's impossible to watch Holmes — who somehow has retained an air of fresh-faced Midwestern guilelessness — without wondering how she actually feels playing lonely but lovable Lorna of Cincinnati, who is what Holmes perhaps might have become had life taken a very different turn. Would she have been happy?
November 29, 2012